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weapons unclear of who is in possession of those. prime minister. secret meeting to discuss what might be done about chemical weapons. not to do anything is also a choice. >> spoke to caroline glick, editor of "yum post" this morning and he is called the obama policy, using her words not mine insane. the small footprint leading from behind. if you weigh it against 19 years of the united states that we ran yesterday with young men coming home with no limbs, americans are tired of war and tired of thevo in the that part of the world. >> true. but 11 years of all-out war and zero. there is something in between. the footprint in libya is partial one. as a result, we succeed. it's where al-qaeda affiliates are and ambassador were slain. that is fruits of staying out as well. in syria, at the end they are going where? to russia. moscow. for 30 years if you had a problem in the middle east. the worst part is by not supplying the rebels we allow saudis and qatari to funnel to jihadist rebel. that is why the jihadists now have the upper hand. why we are looking at the prospect of radical al-qae
president obama doesn't propose serious budgets. >> sean: senator toomey, how is this going to work because speaker boehner tried to pass a plan b. the president in the meeting today is insisting on raising taxes on small business and individuals over $250,000. but yet he wants to work through the senate. how how does this get through the house when they couldn't get it with a million dollars limit? >> well, first -- >> sean: or a million dollars cutoff. >> i don't know where the threshold might end up in the negotiations. my suspicion is that is perhaps one of the topics under discussion and second point i would make i think a part of the reticence is because they were afraid what would happen when it got over to the senate. if there is a reason package that can attract a lot of republican support in the senate then i think the prospect in the house improves dramatically. all depends on what is in the deal but that is a scenario that i think is plausible. >> sean: gentlemen, thank you both for spending time. happy new year and appreciate you being with us. >> happy new year, sean. >> sean:
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